2012 was a year of innovation and progress. To celebrate the New Year, ISRAEL21c looks back at the top stories of the year.
How Israel’s biggest eye-sore is being turned into a massive public park and recycling education center.
A revolutionary new seed treatment from Morflora could improve the world’s agricultural output, without the need for worrying genetic engineering.
Israel’s NewCO2Fuel poised to help Australia make its brown coal-burning industry into a greener enterprise.
A sensor system from Israel monitors energy use throughout commercial spaces to slash expenses and keep users comfortable.
A new smart phone app from environmental NGO Zalul lets users know the health status of Israeli waterways, and puts pressure on polluters.
A better filtration membrane could make all the difference in the race to prevent a global shortage of potable water.
Israeli scientists find novel approaches to tap into the potential of this slimy plantlike organism for fuel, nutrition and innovative medical therapies.
Israeli company makes a mini-sewage plant to help small wineries, olive oil and cheese-makers deal with the pollutants from their industries.
The director of a natural medicine research center in Jerusalem says Israeli plants such as seaweed are ‘treasures’ waiting to reveal healing secrets.